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INDEX OF

Earth, vol. 1. 58, 59, 76, 112, 128. vol. 2. 37, 89, 171,

172, 354, 355.

Earthquake, 76, 80, 90, 91, 104, 106, 121.
Eating, the act of, vol. 2. 151.

Flesh, vol. 2. 150, 153, 155, 157.

Fire, vol. 1. 61, 127, 275. vol. 2. 11, 142, 154.

63.

Forehead,

Frogs,

263.

Garment, vol. 2. 376.

Grave, the putting of a person into it, vol. 1. 89.

Hail, vol. 2. 143.

382

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Heaven, to ascend into, vol. 1. 98, 119.

Hill, vol. 2. 91.

Lamp,

Light,

I ife,

Locusts,

Merchants,

PROPHETIC SYMBOLS.

a red one,

a white one,

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Hunger, vol. 2, 367.

Jerusalem, vol. 1, 211, 267.

Islands, vol. 2. 75.

Killing, the act of, vol. 1. 106, 107, 140. vol. 2. 11

Lamb, vol. 1. 59.

110.

50, 59. vol. 2. 146, 150.

vol. 2. 52.

52.

49.

264.

254.

107, 276.

138.

61, 106, 119. vol. 2. 37, 38,
71, 173, 262, 355.

205, 206.

36, 38, 75.

75, 90, 360.

Moon, vol. 2.

Mountain,
Mouth, vol. 1. 127, 260.
Nakedness, vol. 2. 150.

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Olive-trees, vol. 1. 109.

Palm, branches of, vol. 2. 367.

Rain, vol. 1. 128.

Rising from the dead, vol. 1. 106-108, 118. vol. 2. 354.

Scarlet, vol. 1. 49.

PROPHETIC SYMBOLS.

Sea, vol. 1. 48, 58, 59. vol. 2. 171, 172, 356.

Selling, the act of, vol. 1. 65.

Serpent,

66.

Stars, vol. 2. 36, 37, 39, 43, 75, 76.

Sun, vol. 1. 2, 13, 14. vol. 2. 35-39, 75, 76.
Sword, vol. 2. 49.

Teeth,

10.

Trumpet,

Vintage,

Waters,

Temple of God, vol. 1. 162. vol. 2. 368.

Thirst,

368.

Throne, vol. 1. 158. vol. 2. 350.

Thunder, vol. 2. 141.

Trees, vol. 1. 109.

142.
266, 267.

48, 128, 201. vol. 2. 99, 100. 172.

Wheels, vol. 2. 11.

White, the color, vol. 2. 264, 367.
Zion, vol. 2. 93.

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GENERAL INDEX.

ACCUσσos, meaning of the word, vol, 1. p. 77. vol. 2. 349.
Achmet, his work on Oneirocritics, vol. 1, 34. vol. 2, 39.
Ætheopia, influence of Christianity there, vol. 2, 326,

Afghans, from whom said to be descended, vol. 2, 216, 217: have
undergone various revolutions, vol. 2, 217, 218, 222.

Africa, the immense supply of corn and oil which it formerly ex-
ported to Italy, vol. 2, 54, 61; its devastation by the Vandals,
vol. 2, 61; its recovery by Justinian and subsequent rebellions,
vol. 2, 63; number of bishoprics it once contained, vol. 2, 70.
Agriculture, causes of its decline in the fourth and fifth centuries,
vol. 2, 60, 65.

Alay, meaning of the word, vol. 2, 161, 162, 183.
Albigenses. See Waldenses.

Alcasar, statement of this learned Jesuit respecting the Apoca-
lypse, vol. 1, 44, 114, 196, 201.

Alcuin, abbot, France greatly indebted to this Englishman, vol.
2,299.

Alemanni, their devastations, vol. 2, 57.

Alexandria, in ancient times very populous, vol. 2. 133; its mer-

chants oppressed by George of Cappadocia, vol. 1, 182; pre-
sent state of its ports and canal, vol. 2, 137; profusion of
ruins in its neighborhood, vol. 2, 136. ·

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